hydraulic power system

hydraulic power system

[hī′drȯ·lik ′pau̇·ər ‚sis·təm]
(mechanical engineering)
A power transmission system comprising machinery and auxiliary components which function to generate, transmit, control, and utilize hydraulic energy.
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Tenders are invited for Design manufacture supply erection testing and commissioning of plc based control panels of hydraulic power system of 475t hoist at khep st iv
The frame-mounted units require a separate, self contained hydraulic power system, consisting of engine or motor, hydraulic pump, reservoir, valves and lines.
Ust-Kamenogorsk is located on the Irtysh River, and is the middle stage of the Irtysh Hydraulic Power System, with Bukhtarminskaya and Shulbinskaya projects located upstream and downstream, respectively.
We looked through and discussed the Hydraulic Power System Failure EP, and then the pilot discussed what we could expect to see from gear down to full stop.
After Friday's launch scrub, Kennedy Space Center technicians searched for the cause of a failure in a heater circuit associated with Endeavour's hydraulic power system.
Gassman; (2006) Hydraulic Power System Analysis, New York, ISBN 0-8247-9956-9
A new high-pressure hydraulic power system is said to improve energy efficiency and process control in injection molding machines.
The original plan was to utilize the vaXcavator's optional hydraulic power system in conjunction with a low-flow jack hammer to remove a portion of the home owner's driveway to expose the area where the break was located.
Fenner is a supplier of medium-pressure hydraulic power system components for mobile and stationary applications.
Our Toyota forklifts have a centralized hydraulic power system that operates the power steering, brakes and mast cylinders.
A hydraulic power system circuit can be divided into the following basic function modules: a power supply, consisting of a hydraulic pump reservoir and accumulator; an input signal interpreter, to receive and transduce the input control signals; a controller to manage the direction, flow rate, and pressure of the fluid flow; a protection module, consisting of relief valves and filters, to ensure against damage or contamination; a feedback module, consisting of the transducers that sense and transmit the feedback control signals to the control module; and an output actuation module, consisting of linear actuators (cylinders) or rotary actuators.
In China, the automotive power steering systems include electric power system, mechanical hydraulic power system, and electro-hydraulic power system.